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Getting People to Move More

Getting People to Move MoreNew recommendations from the National Physical Activity Plan Alliance include updated advice for how people might encourage physical activity in their communities and schools.

Should Moms Manage the Money?

Should Moms Manage the Money?A new book makes the case that women should model financial skills for their children — and many will need those skills someday because they are likely to outlive their husbands.

Dr. Thomas Farley Takes on Big Food and Big Tobacco

Dr. Thomas Farley Takes on Big Food and Big TobaccoDr. Thomas A. Farley, health commissioner of Philadelphia and former health commissioner of New York City, discusses his book and his fight to innovate public health.

Loneliness May Be Bad for Your Heart

Loneliness May Be Bad for Your HeartSocial isolation and feelings of loneliness increased the risk of having a heart attack, angina or a death from heart disease.

Circumcision May Not Reduce Sensitivity of Penis

Circumcision May Not Reduce Sensitivity of PenisA controlled experiment has found no evidence for the belief that circumcision makes the penis less sensitive.

Gap Year May Have Benefits Long After College

Gap Year May Have Benefits Long After CollegeIn “There Is Life After College,” Jeffrey Selingo explores how the post-college experience doesn’t look much like the journey we ourselves took a generation ago, and how a gap year can help.

Hope for Reversing Type 2 Diabetes

Hope for Reversing Type 2 DiabetesNew research has raised the tantalizing possibility that the condition can be remedied by changes in diet.

Where Have All the Ear Infections Gone?

Where Have All the Ear Infections Gone?Improved preventive measures, healthier environments for young babies and more cautious use of antibiotics add up to a pediatric success story.

School Athletes Often Lack Adequate Protection

School Athletes Often Lack Adequate ProtectionThere are no nationwide guidelines to protect high school athletes from crippling or fatal injuries.

Higher B.M.I. in Teenagers Tied to Heart Risks Later

Higher B.M.I. in Teenagers Tied to Heart Risks LaterHigher body mass index in late adolescence, even within the normal range, is linked to a greater risk of death from cardiovascular causes in adulthood.

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